Hikoki nailers are among the most reliable on the market. Like Hitachi before them, the nailers combine plenty of power with ergonomic design to produce fantastic results.

Read on for more on Hikoki nailers and what the 1st fix and 2nd fix nail guns have to offer.

Hikoki nailer

Hikoki nailers – 1st fix features

NR1890DC/JPZ

  • Drives 1.5 to 2 nails per sec. with zero ramp-up time and quicker response time between drives
  • Offers low-recoil and sets nails flush consistently
  • No combustion noise and no gas fumes
  • Consistent performance even at low temperatures or high altitudes

NR90GC2

  • Two action nail feed; simply drop in the nails and pull back the feeder
  • High visibility magazine
  • Fold away hook fits over joists for greater convenience
  • Lightweight, well balanced design
  • Non-slip soft rubber grip
  • High driving power of 90J
  • Up to 1200 nails per fuel cell
  • Longer trigger stroke for safer use
  • Dry firing lockout
  • Easy to clean
  • Easy access fuel cell chamber

Hikoki 2nd fix nailers

Hikoki nailers – 2nd fix features

NT1850DE/JXZ

  • Up to 1650 brads per charge
  • Lock switch and 30 minute automatic shutdown for increased safety and longer battery life
  • Air/spring drive system means less recoil, better flush driving and easier maintenance
  • No air hose or compressor required
  • Selective activation button; easily choose between sequential or bump fire mode
  • Tool free nose release for quick & easy jam clearance

NT1865DM/JXZ

  • Eliminates the cost of fuel cells
  • Up to 1500 nails per charge
  • Tool free adjustment of drive depth
  • Low battery indicator
  • Pivoting joist hook

NT65GB

  • Lightweight, compact design
  • Up to 1200 nails per fuel cell
  • No mark nose cap included
  • Reduced user fatigue

Main applications

Hikoki 1st fix nailers

Framing nailers are used to complete rough woodwork in construction such as the below tasks:

  • Flooring
  • Wood framing
  • Roofing

Furthermore, these nailers use large nails and often leave impressions in wood. However this doesn’t matter as first fix nailers should only be used in areas that aren’t going to be on show.

Indeed, the Hikoki 1st fix nailers are perfect for all big construction jobs. They provide different power styles to suit the user in terms of frequency of use and the kind of jobs to be worked on.

Hikoki 2nd fix nailers

Second fix nailers on the other hand are used to complete ‘softer’ jobs; they use smaller nails to reduce any potential impressions or damage to the work area. These are ideal for the following delicate interior applications:

  • Door frames
  • General woodwork finishing
  • Household mouldings

Moreover, as with 1st fix nailers there a variety of power options available for different levels of use and types of job.

Additionally, with 2nd fix nailers you also have a choice between straight and angled. The difference is simply the angle of the nailer. Angled nailers tend to be more popular, as they can be used in harder to reach places.

NR1890DC

Check them out

In conclusion, our Hikoki nailers are highly efficient, versatile and powerful machines, designed for many jobs.

Try them for yourself by visiting one of our showrooms. Alternatively, order before 17.30 for next working day delivery.